£200,000 Offers over
This magnificent traditional two bedroom apartment is set on the first floor of this beautifully restored, A-listed building, offering generous modern accommodation, fabulous views and boasting most stunning period features including spacious rooms, high ceilings and cornice detail.
Designed by Charles Wilson, the Glasgow based architect who made a significant contribution to the layout of the city including Botanic Gardens and Kelvingrove Park, and designing many of Glasgow's mansion houses including The Royal Exchange (now the Gallery of Modern Art) and the Woodlands Hill development more commonly known as Park Circus.
In brief, the property comprises entrance vestibule to a grand reception hallway with storage, immediately impressive lounge with a large double glazed sash and case bay window, feature fire place and open aspects, a separate contemporary styled dining kitchen offers plenty of cupboard space, granite worktops and appliances including dishwasher, washing machine, oven and gas hob, there are two double bedrooms with the master being particularly generous with a fireplace and elaborate cornices, and there is a stylish shower room.
Garnethill is exceptionally well placed for city centre and west end amenities with Cowcaddens Subway and Charing Cross railway station nearby, handy for Glasgow's School of Art, the Royal Conservatoire and Glasgow, Strathclyde and Caledonian Universities, plus easy access onto the M8 motorway.
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